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  • How many ducks does it take to eat a pie?
    How many ducks does it take to eat a pie?
    The answer to the question regarding how many ducks it would take to eat a pie is letter C or I don’t know (IDK). It is most probably because nobody knows if a duck can eat a pie and if it can, how many it would take for them to eat a pie. However, ducks eat a variety of food such as fish eggs, small fish, worms, grass, weeds, small frogs, , salamanders, small berries, etc. Although answering this question using the given variety of food previously enumerated would defeat the purpose of this joke. I provided some examples of the food they eat just in case you want to really know.

  • How many ducks does it take to screw in a light bulb?
    How many ducks does it take to screw in a light bulb?
    The answer to the given question about “How many ducks does it take to screw in a light bulb?” is letter C or Your Mom. Before we delve into the answer a bit deeper, it is worthy to note that “How many ____ does it take to _____” is a series of different jokes that warrant different answers. In this question, however, the correct answer would be letter C. The explanation to this question is because your mom knows how to screw in a lightbulb and she might also be the one who knows how to help these ducks to screw in that specific lightbulb. Other questions would say how many software engineers does it take to screw in a lightbulb and how many monkeys does it take to screw in a lightbulb.

  • Where does the wood duck live near?
    Where does the wood duck live near?
    The answer is letter D or all of the above. Wood ducks live near wooded areas, beaver ponds, fresh water marshes or even near streams because they prefer to live in areas that have a mix of both forests and water habitat. They are considered as waterfowl and a family of perching ducks primarily found in North America. They are easily to spot because they are the most colorful North American waterfowl. Wood ducks can grow between 19 to 21 inches in length and a wingspan of between 28 to 39 inches. They typically do not live past the age of four in the wild, but they have to potential to live more than that if they are in captivity.

  • Which duck comes out so early before duck season that they have to open a early season just for that duck?
    Which duck comes out so early before duck season that they have to open a early season just for that duck?
    The duck which comes out so early before duck hunting season is A or blue-winged teal. The blue-winged teals are small dabbling ducks which originate from North America. They grow up to 16 inches long, have a wingspan of about 23 inches and weigh up to 13 oz. Blue-winged teals are known to stay or live in marshes, ponds, small lakes or anywhere where grass are intermixed with different variety of wetlands. They are the first ones to go south during fall and the last ones to go north in spring. They are prompted to migrate early due to changes in their habitat and weather conditions to search for food such as grain, moist-soil seeds, invertebrates and some second-crop rice.

  • Which duck is about a foot long maybe a bit bigger with a redhead and it is a diving duck and it is my favorite duck
    Which duck is about a foot long maybe a bit bigger with a redhead and it is a diving duck and it is my favorite duck
    Redhead

  • How is White Duck different from the other ducks? 
    How is White Duck different from the other ducks? 
    White Ducks are different from other ducks in terms of their uses in terms of breeding. Ducks are usually bred for different purposes, but white ducks are commonly bred for their meat, down and eggs. These white ducks are also known as domestic ducks, but remember that not all domesticated ducks are white ducks. Here are a few examples of white domestic ducks: Aylesbury which is a heavy duck, Bali which is a light duck, Call which is a bantam duck, crested which is a light duck, Crested Miniature which is also a bantam duck, Indian runner which is a runner duck, Magpie which is also a light duck and Pekin which is also a heavy duck. Other breeds of ducks have assorted colors and some of these are as follows: Rouen, Silver Appleyard Miniature, Silver Bantam, Cayuga and Campbell.

  • What are the ducks with the green head called?
    What are the ducks with the green head called?
    The ducks with green head are called mallards. They are large ducks with bulky bodies, wide and flat bills and rounded heads. Although it is worthy to note that not all mallards have green heads. If we are to be specific on the answer, we can say that the ducks with green head are the male mallards since they are known to have a dark, green head and yellow bill. A female mallard, on the other hand, has brown head and a combination of both orange and brown for its bill. Mallards can grow between 20 to 26 inches long, they have a wingspan of about 39 inches, their bill is between 1.7 to 2.4 inches long and they weigh between 1.6 to 3.5 pounds.

  • What is a duck with a pointy tail called?
    What is a duck with a pointy tail called?
    The duck with a pointy tail is called Northern pintail. It is a duck that is commonly found in North America, Asia and the northern areas of Europe. Its scientific name is Anas acuta which is a Latin word – anas means duck and acuta means sharpen (referring to the pointed tails of the ducks). Northern pintails are large ducks which have blue-grey bills and grey feet and legs. They have a wingspan between 31 to 37 inches and a wing chord between 9 to 11 inches. A male Northern pintail can grow up to 25 inches long and weigh between 0.99 to 3 pounds while a female Northern pintail can grow up to 25 inches long and weigh between 1 to 2.5 pounds.

  • Which goose is the smaller type of a snow goose
    Which goose is the smaller type of a snow goose
    A blue snow goose